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Travels Through Absence 
Letters from the European City

 

Lovers separated. A letter written. A lonely voice echoes weakly from within the hollow structures of the city. It calls for a glance over a shoulder, for a memory.

 
Journey through questions of identity across the great cities of Europe: Berlin, Vienna, Paris, Stockholm, Budapest, Lisbon, Istanbul and many more. In this meticulously researched collection of moods and symmetries, Thomson layers up an alternative narrative for the European city of today whilst crafting a series of intimate reflections on each. Travels Through Absence is a travel book like no other. 
 

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Published  2012 © Platin Press  • ISBN 978-0-9569404-2-1  • ISBN 978-0-9569404-1-4 
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"...I woke in this bed a week ago, with the crease lines of well-starched linen mapping out irrelevancies across my skin. I studied them as I focused, those precise and unequivocal lines forged into me so deep and yet temporarily. Soon enough they were fading as a dusk, and quickly my private etchings had dissolved into smooth flesh once more, blank, almost, but for some pale hairs and an occasional mole. But I didn't know these moles, nor these arms or legs, in fact nothing seemed to belong to me. And that's when I realised, in panic, numb, that I was all at sea. I couldn't and can't tell you a single thing about me. I woke up and all I could see, beyond the confines of this windowless room, was your face and the city..."